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Rachel Redford
The Oldie, August 2014

When Silas the weaver’s hoard of hard-earned guineas is stolen, his life seems to be over—until the motherless, golden-haired child Eppie wanders into his isolated cottage one evening. Eliot’s finely structured story weaves into a parable about sin, punishment, atonement and the redemptive power of love in the 19th-century lives of rural folk, both mean-minded and good-hearted, and of the disreputable, moneyed gentry. Anna Bentinck’s vocal range makes a skilful and enchanting narration. © 2014 The Oldie

Midwest Book Review, May 2014

This complete and unabridged audiobook edition from Naxos is expertly narrated by Anna Bentinck. Flawless production values, seven CDs, and a total running time of 8 hours, 34 minutes, 15 seconds, all combine to make this classic work of English literature a “must” for community and academic library Audio Book collections, and a highly recommended ‘theatre of the mind’ listening experience for the general public. © 2014 Midwest Book Review Read complete review

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